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will have had his miranda rights? >> what happened today when he was charged, he had an initial appearance before a judge in his hospital room. a judge from the courthouse came to the hospital. he had present a federal public defender to represent him as his attorney. in the course of the proceedings the judge says you have a right to remain silent. the rights administered to an arrestee were actually presented to him by the judge. >> he has these legal rights, what does it mean for the teams interrogating him. that is the criticism of the system. >> right. did the time period in which he could be interrogated was very limited and there was a possibility he would elect to assert his rights to remain silent. we don't know what happened over the last day or two as he sat in the hospital. now we know he will not be interrogated any further. with the fact of his court hearing there will not be any additional interrogation without his lawyer present. >> he hasn't really been able to speak, how much could have been learned in that period? >> one suspects very little. there is suggestion that he
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